This week we suffered once again the new Queen's Speech, as usual full of empty promises we know our government will never follow.
Our Prime Minister, Mr "I'm going to change the world" Gordon Brown delivered a speech full of regurgitated policies, idiot budgets, and recyclable "updated" bills. Many of these were not even labour policies, but from the backlog of conservative attempts of gaining some credibility in the rat race of politics.
Now this reporter is a labour voter, and has been since the tender age of 13, but even she, involved in politics as she is, is frankly shocked at this years speech, and our choice of PM, and is beginning to wonder if maybe we should vote conservative at the next election. At least they do not have to worry about "stealing" labour policies, because labour has already stolen theirs.
The nation was concerned at the rather speedy exit made by the last PM, and the integrated taking over by Mr Brown. Is it because the arguments in the nation over the War on Terror policies, or is it because the nation finally discovered that Blair, Bush and Brown were closely involved more than was originally thought.
Twenty years ago our government was criticised for taking part in a "dodgy arms deal" that America was also part of. Is it finally becoming public knowledge that Americas influence is bad for our nation? And does America actually control our government? Would Mr Brown now be our PM without America's influence? And should we therefore not be in such a close contact with the country that has caused so much controversy in the world of politics?
Maybe Mr Brown, in order to keep your place at the next public election, and to keep Britain's political reputation to the standards we expect, you should call an end to this close contact with the controversial and start taking the conservative view. We wouldn't like to make any more enemies now would we?